|Title:||Assistant Volleyball Coach|
|Alma Mater:||Merrimack College, 2009|
Ali Bullock is now in her first season as a member of the UMass Boston volleyball coaching staff.
A former Division II player with Merrimack College, Bullock is no stranger to the Division III level having coached at Babson College and Lesley University. She also served as the head coach with the Boston University men’s club program. This past spring, Bullock was an assistant at Lesley University with their men’s program. While with the Lynx, Bullock established practice and game plans, while also serving as the primary recruiting contact for the men’s and women’s teams.
After graduating from Merrimack, Bullock served as an assistant coach for one season at Babson College. She was a major part in the Beavers 22-win season in 2012.
As a student-athlete, Bullock was a scholarship player and was a starting middle hitter for the Warriors. To date, Bullock holds the school record for career block assists, and is fourth in career total blocks. She was also a member of the first team to compete at the NCAA Division II National Tournament in 2007. She would then lead the team back to the NCAA championship in 2008.
Bullock graduated from Merrimack in 2009 with a bachelor’s in Environmental Science, and later earned a master’s degree in Resource Management and Conservation from the Antioch University New England in 2015.